Installed new driver's side door window after busting both door windows. After getting stuck and locking my keys in the Jeep in the middle of nowhere, and trying to figure out how to open the Jeep for two hours, I had to bust one window to get inside. Unfortunately I ended up breaking both windows. Don't ask, it was a very bad day.
"Resolved" my interior, smells like new!
...I went on vaction and loaned the Jeep to a buddy, lets just say I'm not ever loaning it again. He left the top down in a rain storm.
ive been wanting to clean my cloth seats as there in perfectly like new cond for original 97 seats.no rips or tears..
how does resolve work..does it clean cloth? im not familiar with it is why im asking and im not wanting to pay to have my seats cleaned,thanks for any info,john
I don't normally go for the various engine cleaning aids, but with all the Sea Foam comments, I had to try it.
At 126k miles, I can't usually use 5th gear on the highway, it just loses speed and I have to drop back to 4th. Added Sea Foam to a tank of gas and drove her around town a bit, then took her on the highway. No major acceleration difference with the little 4-banger, but I put it in 5th and was able to hold speed! Major accomplishment. I was even able to accelerate somewhat in 5th gear, that was unheard of before!
I will give it a few tanks of gas, just to make sure the Sea Foam itself isn't adding to the hp, but I am definitely impressed!
what is Sea Foam? i've heard of people using it but haven't seen it on the west coast.
It's a fuel system cleaner & fuel stabilizer plus other things - I know sounds like a cure all, but Seafoam is GREAT! I use it in my Jeep, Motorhome, Quad, and both Harley's without an issue. If your injectors are dirty - dump a can into your gas tank and you will notice a differance in performance before you reach the end of your driveway!
Originally Posted by johnny9
my father swears by it..my buddy uses it every so often in his outboard motor also..ive used it in my outboard but didnt notice a diffrence but it was a new yamaha with 10 hrs.
i love lucas myself..after hearing about all the smoke it must be cleaning the motor up inside..i may just try it on my 97tj with 135,000 miles to see if it makes the lifters any more quite..probally be better off with a cam and lifter change tho..
filled the tank and put in a can of seafoam...guess the injectors were a little dirty, as i felt a diffrence after about 5 miles of driveing home..seems peppier a bit but may just be me..
bought rear brakes to install soon i hope..
as for the rubicon express long arm upgrade posted above...from the jf reasearch ive done that wouldnt be in my list of choices..theres better for the same price and some cheaper..to each there own..